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children have participated in our food education projects
raised by our children from selling fruit, veg and home-made chutneys
I have learnt how to communicate, how to sell food and it was good know that the money we made was helping feed people.
Student - Young Marketeers
children visited a farm
children were visited by a London beekeeper
The students were in awe at the farm. They found it so inspiring to be out of the city learning about the outdoors. One girl said 'I’ll never forget this'. Giving them the chance to find out about where food comes from was invaluable.
Teacher, The Courtyard AP School - Schools to Market
healthy breakfasts were provided to vulnerable children during school closures
children attended a holiday food and fun club
I cannot put into words how grateful we are to have had the opportunity to be invited for a week of endless fun and positivity! The children have had a fab time and been spoilt rotten with second helpings at lunchtimes!
Parent, St Mary's RC primary - Holiday Food and Fun Club
children have learned how to cook from scratch
children and adults have learned how to grow veg from seed
We really enjoy being in the garden, looking after the seedlings, and watering them, helping them to grow. It’s great fun seeing the fruit growing and eventually picking and taking it to the kitchen to prepare for our lunch. It’s especially good when we see everyone eating it for lunch and the little notice telling them where it came from!
Student, William Byrd School - School Garden Grants